Frankfurt airport on high alert after Brussels explosions
German federal police are tightening security at the country's largest airport in Frankfurt following two explosions at Brussels airport.
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Officers have been placed on high alert and additional patrols ordered for sensitive areas, broadcaster n-tv reported early on Tuesday.
A federal police spokeswoman told The Local that they were still evaluating the situation following the explosions in Brussels and would give details of security measures at other airports as soon as possible.
One The Local reader reported increased police presence at Cologne airport on Tuesday morning.